What many people don’t know is that the hinterland of Brabant also has a lot of water. No large expanses of water, but many kilometres of ditches, rivers, gorges and canals. Practically all the larger towns in Brabant are located on navigable waters, and a lot of work has been done in recent years to make these towns accessible by water.
What could be better than taking beautiful trips on quiet waterways with rolling cane fields and views over the many fields and meadows, on the way to a cosy Brabant town like Breda or Tilburg. Not many will manage to cast off and set off after just one day, but still seriously enjoy an extra day in these diverse and authentic places.
The special thing about this route is that it is a real ’round trip’, which means there are hardly any waterways that you will see a second time. And at the end (or at the beginning if you were to plan the route the other way around) there is the bonus of the beautiful nature of the Biesbosch, one of the pearls of Brabant, and the Netherlands.